Toronto and GTA
(416) 414-5690


Fact:  In 1994 Ministry of Health Canada and the EPA in the United States made direct links between polluted indoor spaces and a variety of health problems. 

The EPA found that on average pollution indoors can be 6 to 10 times higher than the outside air in most cities.

Air Quality in Offices

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The indoor air quality in an office environment or in other words the air you breathe, will have a profound effect on your overall ability to work, concentrate and perform daily tasks.  Poor indoor air quality can lead to employee complaints as well excessive down-time and absenteeism.

Poor air quality can lead to odour complaints, allergic reactions and is one of the leading sources for employee dissatisfaction in the workplace.

We can show you easy and inexpensive ways to make any office a healthier place to work thereby decreasing employee complaints, decreasing absenteeism and increasing productivity. 

The cost of our indoor air quality assessments are quickly out weighed by increased employee satisfaction and productivity.

A few things to watch out for
when dealing with indoor air quality.

  1. Poor air flow or temperature variances within the office due to improperly balanced HVAC systems.
  2. Improperly managed humidity levels.
  3. Airborne Dust issues from poorly maintained vents or other sources within the building.
  4. Chemical off gassing (VOC's) from building materials or office contents.
  5. Inadequate ventilation for high occupancy areas due to mechanical or building issues.
  6. Carbon Monoxide (CO) or Carbon Dioxide (CO2) issues.
  7. Sewer gas issues leading to odour complaints.
  8. Water damage issues leading to odour complaints or mould growth damage.
  9. Mould spore issues leading to respiratory complaints.

Our Indoor Air Quality Testing program can pin point your indoor air quality issues and provide easy to follow and concrete solutions to your air quality needs.

All our air quality assessments are confidential and include a complete report with detailed recommendations to solve any sick building issues.

See also Liability Issues for more information about indoor air quality in the workplace.

Call us today. We will be happy to discuss your indoor air quality issues with you
and provide you with an instant quote over the phone.

(416) 414-5690
Toronto and Surrounding Area